Alongside the Black Father Black King Black Dad African American History Month Melanin Dad Shirt and by the same token and weighty message behind their words, however, the charming image offered a rare window into the life of the happy family, with many online quickly noting the resemblance between their two-year-old Archie and Prince Harry. In keeping with this festive spirit, the pair simply signed off with: “Wishing you a happy holiday season and a prosperous New Year, from our family to yours!” If you follow menswear, maybe you’ve seen J. Logan Home’s upcycled cabana shirts swirling around the internet. This summer, Logan Horne, a fixture of the social set whose claim to fame can be traced back to his styling stints for Lindsay Lohan and Leighton Meester, launched a line of men’s shirts patchworked together from old Hermès, Gucci, and Celine scarves. Though Horne is not affiliated with any of these luxury brands, that didn’t stop him from repurposing their wares: “I only use like designers with like designers,” he explains. His pieces caught the eye of Dua Lipa, who in October sported a bucket hat crafted from a Chanel scarf—and now Horne has ventured into the home market.
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Launched yesterday via Moda Operandi (just in time for holiday gifting!) is the Black Father Black King Black Dad African American History Month Melanin Dad Shirt and by the same token and J. Logan Home trunkshow, where you can find a collection of designer silk squares upholstering pillows, and logo towels wrapped around plush cubes—which make for the perfect Slim Aarons poolside moment. Speaking of Aarons, Horne’s business is headquartered in Palm Beach, where he does his sourcing and manufacturing. So where, exactly, does he find all his textile treasures? “Literally everywhere,” he says. “As every collector knows, the thrill of the hunt is the best part! The internet obviously makes the search global, and a lot of great pieces come from where you would expect: Japan, where the pieces can be formal or wild but are usually in really great condition, and France, where most of the things I’m looking for came from originally. But living in Florida might actually be the greatest advantage of all because it’s a vintage mecca.”